On May 28 our country celebrated Memorial Day, a day we honor courage, selflessness and sacrifice. On that day we honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for us in our country’s wars. The VA gives a number of over 650,000 U.S. soldiers, sailors and airmen killed in battle over the
We were so grateful on Sunday to have with us Leanne Rubenstein, Executive Director of Compassionate Atlanta. She spoke about her organization’s goals of promoting the spread of a consciousness of compassion in the Atlanta area, and what that might look like for us. In 2008, author and teacher Karen Armstrong was awarded the TED
The question we are exploring the month of May is: “How shall we live?” This is one of five ‘great questions’ that the world’s enduring faith traditions all explore. It’s a fundamental question we all ask: how do we focus on celebrating the time that is given to us? We may think this question is
“Our images of God matter. Just as how we conceptualize God affects what we think the Christian life is about, so do our images of God.” “When tradition is thought to state the way things really are, it becomes the director and judge of our lives; we are, in effect, imprisoned by it. On the
As we begin Holy Week for Christians, we look again at the story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. For the Matthew, Mark, and Luke Gospels this was the first time the adult Jesus goes to the city. John has Jesus going several times. Jesus had been preaching in the country and small towns of Palestine.
I was so glad to share the platform on Sunday with Jeanie Ward, who in years past has given some wonderful talks at One World on how we can truly live with no limits. How have you been living? Do you feel powerful, connected and complete, able to step into your gifts with no holding